Rydeen said it will deliver in the next 6 to 8 months a vehicle 360 surround system using four fisheye 3D cameras that provide a more realistic overhead parking system.
The cameras were developed by Rydeen. They feed into a processor that stitches together the images to show “a true view” around the car, without the distortion found on 2D systems, said Rydeen’s Phil Maeda.
The system was first shown as a concept last year. ricing will be announced.
Rydeen is also showing its first vehicle-specific products including tail brake lights for specific commercial vans and truck handle-mounted back up cameras for the Ford 150, Chevy Silverado, Dodge Ram, GM Sierra, Tacoma, and Tundra.
Among other new products is a new 2-channel digital video recorder (DVR) with an extra, second camera that can be mounted anywhere for use as a babycam for example.
Rydeen has also updated its MV rear view mirror line with built in monitors to now include night dimming.
These and other new products are on view at booth 3106 in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.